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    1858 Flying Eagle Cent, PR64
    Judd-202, Five-Leaf Clusters

    1858 P1C Flying Eagle Cent, Judd-202, Pollock-245, Snow-PT19, R.5, PR64 PCGS. The hook-necked eagle pattern obverse, usually attributed to Longacre, was paired with several reverses during the year. Judd-202 displays ONE CENT in a simple laurel wreath with clusters of either five (Pollock-245) or six (Pollock-246) leaves. Struck in copper-nickel with a plain edge. This boldly struck chestnut-brown near-Gem is unmarked and satiny with freckles of russet patina near the right-side portion of the wreath.
    Ex: New Millennium Collection (Heritage, 11/2003), lot 11018, which realized $3,105.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 29BH, PCGS# 11867)


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    October, 2014
    8th-13th Wednesday-Monday
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